The Basics of Your Wisdom Teeth

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Did you know that your wisdom teeth can force your jaw and teeth out of alignment as they try to come in? Yes, it’s true! For most people, there is not a lot of space in the back of the jaw for your wisdom teeth to grow in properly. For others, wisdom teeth can sometimes… Read more »

Dental Issues May Arise Because of Impacted Wisdom Teeth

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What are wisdom teeth? The wisdom teeth, which are also called the third molars, are the back molars. They are the last teeth to erupt. The most adults have four wisdom teeth that begin to grow in between age 17 and 21. Why are wisdom teeth extracted? As wisdom teeth are the last teeth to… Read more »

Surgery Might Be Necessary for Treating an Impacted Wisdom Tooth

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As your child reaches their adolescent years most of their primary teeth should have been replaced by the 32 permanent teeth that will need to last them throughout their adult life. This is also the point when wisdom teeth attempt to erupt from the periodontal tissues at the back of the mouth. This often causes… Read more »

Wisdom Teeth Extraction: The Treatment

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Have you ever had a wisdom tooth removed? Do you assume that you’ll need to someday? Wisdom teeth extractions are common because they may not erupt properly. Because your wisdom teeth don’t typically erupt until you’re around 16, they can negatively influence your other teeth. In fact, if your wisdom teeth don’t erupt properly, you… Read more »

Recover from Oral Surgery Successfully

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If you have recently undergone oral surgery, then we have news for you! Our staff here at in , , has prepared some important tips and information to help you with the recovery process. Having a healthy recovery process is vital to your oral health, so you can achieve the successful results you are looking… Read more »

Impacted Teeth: The Facts

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Have you ever heard of impacted teeth? Do you ever wonder exactly what an impacted tooth could do the health of your smile? Do you know what you can do to address this issue? Fortunately, there are a number of things you could consider doing. An impacted tooth is a tooth that can’t fully emerge… Read more »

Why Your Wisdom Teeth May Need to be Removed

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The last set of molars in our mouths, more commonly known as the wisdom teeth, is a remnant of times when humankind had to eat much tougher foods. Since then, we’ve outgrown the need to grind out food to oblivion to get the nutrients out, and now the wisdom teeth can cause many different issues… Read more »

Why We Remove Wisdom Teeth

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Your wisdom teeth (also known as third molars) often require removal because they cause many dental problems because they do not fit in the mouth. We extract wisdom teeth from your jaw in order to protect you from: Cavities and Periodontal Disease: Often the wisdom teeth only partially erupt, which means that they easily trap… Read more »

Preparation and Aftercare for Wisdom Tooth Extraction

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How your wisdom teeth are coming in and the potential problems they might cause will go a long way in determining the extraction procedure your dentist recommends. If all of your wisdom teeth have emerged from the gums without issue, your dentist might be able to remove them in a single office visit. If your… Read more »